Aleis Readers Made of the Right Stuff

Monday, May 30, 2011

Aleis, a privately-owned Australian company, has developed the world's leading Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) readers and now supplies the Australian livestock industry and the rest of the world.

Established in 1981 by John and Dorothy Finlayson and their family, Aleis products were designed by engineers with more than 40 years of hands-on experience in the Australian livestock industry. Aleis has units in Australia, New Zealand, Botswana, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, Malaysia, Argentina, Sweden, Vanuatu, and Italy.

Made from the highest-quality products available, Aleis reading systems can withstand the harshest of working environments.  Aleis has an innovative research and development team, with a state-of-the-art manufacturing plant which keeps Aleis at the forefront of RFID technologies.

Aleis offers full automation with its own brand of portable and fixed RFID readers.  Aleis supplies to all sectors of the livestock industry; producers, feedlots, saleyards, live export yards, abattoirs, and industry.
Aleis readers have superior features, including:
• Inbuilt batteries offering up to 30 hours continuous use in portable units.
• Inbuilt batteries offering up to 10 hours continuous use in automated units.
• Storage of 10,000 to 100,000 RFID numbers.
• Digital screen views of RFID and NLIS numbers.
• The ability to enter data in readers for herd management_
• Read through to all major scales and software.
• User-friendly Aleis DataLink transfer software.

Aleis has a help desk of eight trained people to assist the original purchaser with technical support 24 hours a day, 7days a week  free of charge for the first 12 months.



Aleis Market Leader in NLIS Readers

Monday, May 30, 2011

Sales for the Aleis NLIS readers are forever increasing through local agents, with Landmark, Elders, CRT, and all other quality local merchandise stores.

With readers that display both NLIS (visual number) and MD number (internal number), Aleis equipment is designed for user-friendliness, with the ability to compare sessions and retain the longest battery life within anNLIS reader in the Australian market today. This is one reason Aids NHS readers are so unique and are globally in demand.  All Aleis readers are provided with chargers, serial leads, USB adaptors, manual, and Aleis DataLink.

The famous transfer software, developed by Aleis and local producers, will work only in conjuntion with Aleis readers to complete a transfer.  For more information, please visit us at www.aleis.com.



EID for Scottish Sheep

Monday, May 30, 2011

Forget negativity surrounding the introduction of EID for Scottish sheep - there are benefits to be gained lium the installation of quality tag readers at abattoirs and markets.

Speaking exclusively to The Scottish Farmer on Wednesday, Robin Anderson, Managing Director of Wallets Marts at Castle Douglas, said "There are many benefits that could come out of a full EID system outwith traceability.  Flock records could be held on the database which would mean that movement documents would disappear completely."

"But, the be we of a full EID system is dependent on the use of quality readers from suppliers who are able to install systems fit for purpose under suitable requirements," added Robin, who stressed that the real urgency now fell on the Scottish government to pay for a suitable database."

To date, Mr Anderson, like the majority of auctioneers in Scotland, was sceptical as to how EID could operate effectively as previous electronic tag readers had proven far from impressive. However,  the most recent - an Aleis Vortex reader from Australia - had been accurate.  "When you're in a market situation, the real worry is accuracy and throughput rate to make sure you don't have to hold up a sale, but so far this reader has performed way beyond our expectations both for accuracy in reading the tags and throughput."

"We've had it here for the past two weeks and, although sheep numbers have been relatively small, it has been 100% accurate without having to force the sheep through."

The Aleis Vortex reader,  the only one in Scotland and indeed Europe at present,  is developed from 20 years-plus experience in electronic tag reading in the livestock industry in Australia.  Aleis supplies 95% of all renters in Australian abattoirs,  and 98% of readers to sales operators Down Under can supply 280 variations of the equipment to suit individual needs, inside or out.



RFID / EID Readers for the Livestock Industry

Friday, November 26, 2010

Aleis Pty Ltd – RFID Reader/EID Scanner specialists for the livestock industry.

Aleis Pty Ltd is a world leading developer and manufacturer of  RFID Readers/EID Scanners in all sectors of the livestock industry.  Our equipment is built specifically to cater to Cattle, Sheep, Deer, and Pigs.  With over 23 years experience,  we take great pride in ensuring we provide the best product on the market.

Whether it is for the benefit of improving your herd management or to save money on manual labour, the Aleis Pty Ltd product range of automated RFID Readers/EID Scanners should be considered.  Aleis Pty Ltd takes great pride in ensuring our customer service and support are second to none and, as the customer, you will always be our Number 1 Priority.

 It is through many years of experience listening to different livestock industry sectors that Aleis Pty Ltd has been able to generate a reputation as a manufacturer of quality, robust, and reliable RFID Readers/EID Scanners.

Each  Aleis Pty Ltd product developed goes through rigorous testing at an Aleis Pty Ltd testing facility prior to market release to ensure the product will meet individual market and industry sector requirements.

Newly released are the Aleis Pty Ltd RFID/EID VORTEX reader and the Aleis Pty Ltd Delta 6 RFID/EID reader for Sheep. These readers are yet another mark in history, allowing for sheep to run through a lane 3 to 4 abreast.

(Link to you tube video – need video of Delta 6)

For further questions or inquiries,  please see your specific country contact details.



Welcome to my Blog!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

This is my first blog post on this website - this online business to be exact!

Feel free to grab a cup of tea and a cookie, put your feet up and take a look around. You'll find heaps of great content and information about my business, and there's plenty of goodies.

I hope you enjoy and feel free to let me know what you think!



Some Philosophical questions

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

In business, it's often important to consider some deep questions about where you're going and what you're trying to achieve. But that can get tiring from time to time, so it's nice to think about some fun topics instead.

For example, I routinely like to consider which came first, the chicken or the egg? I come up with a different answer every time, but the important thing is the reasoning behind it. Playing this with children is fun because it teaches them to come up with logic and reasoning rather than just guess.

Another one is the age old "If a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it fall, does it really make a sound?" I think this one is just as bad as Schroedinger's cat, and just as loopy. But again, it's fun to consider it, isn't it?




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